As per usual I had no trouble getting into a book written by Hunter S Jones. It is again very skilfully written. Even with the Southern vernicular used, it read easy. To be honest the Southern drawl was one of the reasons it appealed even more, made it even more real so to speak.
It's only a short short, and there's a very open end, which I''m normally not a real fan of, but in this case the open end had a feel of closure to it.
It's funny and captivating, the main character is a woman I could relate to and the choices she makes are very in character.
I will look forward to the next installment in this series.